DPYSL5

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DPYSL5

A gene on chromosome 2p23.3 that encodes a member of the collapsin response mediator protein family, which form homotetramers and heterotetramers with other proteins. DPYSL5 is thought to play a role in neuronal differentiation and/or axon growth.
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From left, John Seager, Siglion; Victoria French, Sunderland City Council; 'Man In A Dress' Colin Burgin-Plews; Paula Radcliffe; and Steve Cram
Although the district doesn't have any statistics to show a change in student behavior or academic achievement, Cram knows that the supper program is helping families.
Yet, each time cram down came up for a truly decisive vote, it was stopped.
Dr Cram is also allowed to contribute letters as often as he wants if he is passionate about his beliefs.
The survey said that about 60 percent of parents expressed uneasiness over the increasing tendency for primary school students to attend cram school.
The Cram Alert ID attempts to prevent anyone else from going through such an ordeal.
Cram started his company in December 2002, and it closed this month.
The overall argument Ian Cram makes is that society works best when decisions are made by informed and equally participatory citizens in a deliberative manner.
Coe's old running rival Cram has the background in both athletics and administration to make him a very strong candidate.
For instance, Cram was married in 1900, and the couple's honeymoon in Italy was joined by another man; married life for Bess Cram was punctuated by frequent nervous breakdowns.
I think the Sky-Em really shows in every single sport how many athletes we actually do have," Cram said.
Athletics legend Steve Cram begged a court not to ban him from driving to avoid a clash between his wife and his Teesside girlfriend.